Everton spent £13.5 million on forward Oumar Niasse, who was named the Russian Premier League’s player of the year for 2015 in his last year at Lokomotiv Moscow. Photo: AP
Everton spent £13.5 million on forward Oumar Niasse, who was named the Russian Premier League’s player of the year for 2015 in his last year at Lokomotiv Moscow. Photo: AP

Spending power: Everton and Stoke top Premier League big spenders with last-minute transfer splurge

The heaviest spending as European football’s transfer window closed on Monday was not by traditional powerhouses like Chelsea and Manchester City but mid-table clubs Stoke City and Everton collectively paying around £21.8 million (HK$244.6 million)on two players

Topic |   English Premier League 2015-16
Everton spent £13.5 million on forward Oumar Niasse, who was named the Russian Premier League’s player of the year for 2015 in his last year at Lokomotiv Moscow. Photo: AP
Everton spent £13.5 million on forward Oumar Niasse, who was named the Russian Premier League’s player of the year for 2015 in his last year at Lokomotiv Moscow. Photo: AP
READ FULL ARTICLE